The MIT Graduate Program in Science Writing is an opportunity to contribute to public understanding of science, medicine, engineering, and technology. It teaches the art and discipline of science writing to English majors, science majors, freelance writers, journalists seeking a specialty, working scientists, and others.
It’s a chance to work closely with a distinguished core faculty of award-winning journalists, authors, and scholars within one of the most exciting scientific communities in the world.
And it’s a place to produce news articles, features, essays, and radio/video broadcasts about lasers and genes, capillaries and quarks.
(Chart last updated: September 2018)